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Steven C. Mallam
Steven C. Mallam
Associate Professor │ Senior Researcher - The Marine Institute; University of South-Eastern Norway
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Rethinking maritime education, training, and operations in the digital era: Applications for emerging immersive technologies
SC Mallam, S Nazir, SK Renganayagalu
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 7 (12), 428, 2019
1122019
The human element in future Maritime Operations–perceived impact of autonomous shipping
SC Mallam, S Nazir, A Sharma
Ergonomics 63 (3), 334-345, 2020
942020
Effectiveness of VR head mounted displays in professional training: A systematic review
SK Renganayagalu, SC Mallam, S Nazir
Technology, Knowledge and Learning, 1-43, 2021
752021
A Delphi-AHP study on STCW leadership competence in the age of autonomous maritime operations
T Kim, S Mallam
WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs, 2020
502020
Integrating Human Factors & Ergonomics in large-scale engineering projects: Investigating a practical approach for ship design
SC Mallam, M Lundh, SN MacKinnon
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 50, 62-72, 2015
462015
Agent transparency, situation awareness, mental workload, and operator performance: A systematic literature review
K van de Merwe, S Mallam, S Nazir
Human Factors 66 (1), 180-208, 2024
432024
Evaluating a digital ship design tool prototype: Designers’ perceptions of novel ergonomics software
SC Mallam, M Lundh, SN MacKinnon
Applied ergonomics 59, 19-26, 2017
312017
Impact of simulation fidelity on student self-efficacy and perceived skill development in maritime training
SK Renganayagalu, S Mallam, S Nazir, J Ernstsen, P Haavardtun
292019
Ship engine control room design: analysis of current human factors & ergonomics regulations & future directions
SC Mallam, M Lundh
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 57 (1 …, 2013
222013
The physical work environment and end-user requirements: investigating marine engineering officers’ operational demands and ship design
SC Mallam, M Lundh
Work 54 (4), 989-1000, 2016
202016
Open user interface architecture for digital multivendor ship bridge systems
K Nordby, SC Mallam, M Lützhöft
WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs 18, 297-318, 2019
182019
Integrating participatory practices in ship design and construction
SC Mallam, M Lundh, SN MacKinnon
Ergonomics in Design 25 (2), 4-11, 2017
182017
OpenBridge: Designing for Consistency Across User Interfaces in Multi-Vendor Ship Bridges
K Nordby, E Gernez, S Mallam
Ergoship 2019, 60-68, 2019
152019
Distributed Participatory Design in Multidisciplinary Engineering Projects: Investigating a Sustainable Approach for Ship Design & Construction
S Mallam
Chalmers University of Technology, 2016
152016
Computer supported collaborative learning as an intervention for maritime education and training
A Sharma, S Nazir, AC Wiig, C Sellberg, M Imset, S Mallam
Advances in Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences …, 2019
142019
Maritime education and training in the COVID-19 era and beyond
SK Renganayagalu, SC Mallam, M Hernes
TransNav: International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea …, 2022
132022
Safety in shipping: investigating safety climate in Norwegian maritime workers
SC Mallam, J Ernstsen, S Nazir
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 63 (1 …, 2019
122019
Design of Experiment Comparing Users of Virtual Reality Head-Mounted Displays and Desktop Computers
SC Mallam, S Nazir, SK Renganayagalu, J Ernstsen, S Veie, ...
Proceedings of the 20th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association …, 2019
122019
Reintroducing the sharp-end operator to organizational learning: How accident reports are used by maritime officers
SC Mallam, AM Wahl, J Aas
Safety science 147, 105632, 2022
102022
Virtual Creative Tool-Next Generation’s Simulator
M Lundh, SC Mallam, J Smith, B Veitch, R Billard, A Patterson, ...
Proceedings of the Maritime Simulation (MARSIM), Singapore, 23-27, 2012
92012
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